After Care Tattoo

  • After your tattoo is completed, your artist will apply either gelatin or plastic wrap to it.
  • You should refrain from consuming sour foods such as pani puri, pickles, hung curd, and lime.
  • Once you remove the wrapping, you may observe some fluid seeping from your tattoo.
  • This is normal, as it consists of plasma and excess ink released from the skin due to the wrapping
  • Following removal, you can clean your tattoo with sterile or distilled water and a tissue using clean hands
  • Remember, after getting your tattoo, it's crucial to ensure that anyone touching it has clean or sanitized hands.
  • It's advisable to wear loose clothing to prevent damage to your tattoo and avoid wearing accessories on your hands and legs to prevent irritation in the tattooed area.
  • Protect your tattoo from sunlight and dust when outdoors by covering it with clothing.
  • Refrain from intense workouts for at least 15 days, or if you must exercise, avoid involving the tattooed area.
  • Use petroleum jelly to shield your tattoo from water, followed by coconut oil, baby oil, or the tattoo ointment provided by the studio.
  • f your tattoo becomes itchy in the initial days, resist the urge to scratch it. During the first 7-15 days, dead or dull skin may begin to peel off naturally; avoid manually li peeling it, as it will shed on its own
  • Afterward, dry skin will continue to flake off within 10 days. Throughout the healing process, your tattoo may appear duller and cloudier, which is a normal part of the process.

Piercing aftercare ?

  • Avoid consuming sour foods such as pani puri, pickles, hung curd, lime, etc.
  • Ensure your pierced stud doesn't get snagged on clothing or tangled in your hair.
  • Clean the stud with cotton soaked in medical spirit.
  • Apply a single drop of coconut oil daily.
  • You may change the stud after 20 days.